[Cosmo] Cosmo 0.2.7 & Sunbird 0.3a1

Bobby Rullo br at osafoundation.org
Wed Feb 22 09:50:02 PST 2006


Bruno,

Note that if you are using Snarf, the cosmo app is located at http:// 
<<host>>:8080/cosmo.

I thought perhaps you might've omitted the "cosmo" part of the path,  
and therefore sending the MKCALENDAR request not to cosmo.

Bobby

On Feb 22, 2006, at 10:07 AM, Bruno Browning wrote:

> This is with both 0.2.7 and with the various 0.3 builds I've tried  
> (it's
> possible
> that I haven't deployed the newer .war-only builds correctly, but  
> since
> I can
> still PUT an event in a collection using Sunbird I don't think this is
> an issue.
> Trying to switch to snarf but it doesn't seem to understand MKCALENDAR
> atm).
>
> Cosmo access logs show Sunbird issuing a REPORT request. Issuing the
> same
> request with curl gives either an empty response or an error; whether
> there's
> an error and what that error is varies with the build.
>
> This with whatever Sunbird nightly is current, FWIW.
>
> bb
>
>>>> "Brian Moseley" <bcm at osafoundation.org> 21-Feb-2006 21:48:26 PM
>>>>
> On 2/21/06, Bruno Browning <bruno at lss.wisc.edu> wrote:
>> Sunbird can currently place events in a Cosmo calendar collection
> (you
>> can see them with e.g. cadaver) but it can't view them (due I think
> to
>> missing REPORT stuff Cosmo-side). You do still have to embed the
>> user:passwd
>> in the calendar URL when using CalDAV in Sunbird. I haven't been able
> to
>>
>> create a Cosmo calendar collection with Sunbird (though curl of
> course
>> works fine). Can't speak to evolution.
>
> thanks bruno. were you testing with 0.2.7 or 0.3?
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